Planned Parenthood sues HHS over changes to teen pregnancy program


To talk to just hit star star seven three four that's star star seven three four star star seven three four this may was the deadliest month for homicides in mexico since its government belated belatedly started releasing the data back in nineteen ninety eight million mexico's saw two thousand eight hundred nine hundred murders mostly by drug cartels that's an average of ninety five homicides per day every day it adds up to the deadliest killing month in two decades in march homicides tocqueville for these six years of this government was one hundred and four thousand five hundred eighty three that's in spite of the deployment of the mexican military to combat organized crime james players mexico to tv comedies of the middle east rock the wrong chord with audiences when they are lead actors appeared in black face a former makeup that darkens the scandal represent a character of a black person the shows were aired in what has become a ratings bonanza for satellite channels during the muslim month of ramadan this is townhall dot com several affiliate supplied paradigm they're suing the department of health and human services the lawsuits are over the efforts of hhs to impose an abstinence only focus on its team pregnancy prevention program planned parenthood claims those lawsuits are intended to protect the future of the prevention program from what it calls ineffective abstinence only curriculums for different planned parenthood affiliates filed the lawsuits on friday in federal court in new york city and spokane washington correspondent andrew stewart protesters demonstrated trotta for a third day of the fatal police shooting and pennsylvania that unarmed black teen flaying traffic stop as they sought to get the attention of the nation engrossed by the immigration debate and to pressure officials to charge the officer hundreds of marchers chatting who did this the police did this shutdown a.

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